A route that links two stunning valleys, starts from the east rising up out of a unique natural upland wood via a well-crafted stone stair to bring you up under the granite slabs that (on a sunny day) form the Glittering Skellies. From here you ascend at a steady incline across the tundra of the alpine plateau with Loch Esk nestled just below. The path narrows into a ribbon of singletrack marked by wooden posts that carries you over to the famous Jocks Road at the Western end.
IT’S UP TO US!
An Teallach Mountain Path Appeal
Your support for our new It’s Up to Us campaign, in partnership with Mountaineering Scotland, will help us repair paths on An Teallach, one of the country’s most-loved mountains in the North-West Highlands.
Fantastic to be part of the @CNPnature Nature Festival this year, a lovely wee group of #volunteers. Check out the before and after on one section of path we attacked. Drains cleared ✅ Culverts checked ✅ Good chat ✅ Fresh air ✅ #paths #munro #cairngorms #hills #views pic.twitter.com/AoYlVl2jUC
We are excited to be a part of the #CairngormsNatureFestival starting next week. Join us for a day #volunteering on upland paths in the beautiful #glenfeshie Book now and explore the full programme at cairngormsnaturefestival.co.u… #getinvolved #pathwork cairngormsnaturefestival.co.u…
Gayle Ritchie @thecourieruk joined us on a path maintenance volunteer day repairing a path in Glen Clova. #volunteers #Conservation #MountainAccess Find out how she got on here: thecourier.co.uk/fp/lifestyle… To give volunteering a go with OATS go to outdooraccesstrustforscotland…
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